The nation is just absolutely champing at the bit to get out of lockdown.
With Boris Johnson's "roadmap" for returning things to normality now set out, we can feel the end is tantalisingly near.
And most of the neighbourhoods in Burton and South Derbyshire are seeing an improvement in their covid infection rates.
But there are some where the virus is still growing - a problem that could worsen when children go back to school on Monday.
We have picked out the neighbourhoods in the two district where covid cases have risen in the seven days to February 27 - the latest figures available at the time of writing.
Two - Stretton and Hatton and Burnaston - have seen increases of more than 100 per cent compared to the previous seven-day spell.
Others, like Willington South and Repton, meanwhile, have actually seen a very small number of new infections, but still more than the week before. The data below is set out as follows: Neighbourhood - infections per every 100,000 residents (number of infections); percentage rise (numerical rise).
Neighbourhoods where infection rates have risen
Burton Stretton - 251.8 (19); 137.5% (11)
Hatton and Burnaston - 136.9 (10); 100% (10)
Burton Central - 213.4 (26); 44.4% (8)
Rolleston-on-Dove and Tutbury - 135.3 (13); 44.4% (4)
Abbots Bromley, Yoxall and Marchington - 275.1 (24); 33.3% (6)
Hilton and Etwall - 150.1 (18); 28.6% (4)
Willington South and Repton - 127.5 (9); 12.5% (1)
Castle Gresley, Overseal and Coton - 174.4 (20); 11.1% (2)
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